7pm Live Blog Update: Florence Track and Impacts

7pm Thursday September 13 Entry – There’s nothing really changed much today. Florence moved close to the coast and basically stalled most of the day and wobbled around. The intensity stalled pretty much the sames despite eye wall replacement cycles and dry air intruding into the eye. Over the next 24 hours, Florence will gradually wobble […]

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Latest on Coastal Zipper Low Impacts. Maryland to Long Island Impacts

All the models have changed the track of the Zipper Low taking it up along the coast or just inside the coast. I am still thinking the system will stay off the coast and try to seek the warmer ocean waters to develop, which is what usually happens. I do understand that the models trying […]

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NAM Paints a Terrible Picture for Mid-Atlantic Coast NYC to DC

The NAM models are showing a scenario that would bring high winds, over-wash and heavy rains into the Mid-Atlantic Beaches and flooding rains back into the I-95 Corridor. I am showing these graphics because the mesoscale models in theory should do better than the global models because of how small our Zipper Low as I […]

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Newfoundland to Take the Brunt of Chris

Chris will head out to the Northeast and impact Newfoundland Thursday night into Friday morning. While Chris will become a hurricane for a time, it will be downgraded to a tropical storm when passing through Newfoundland. St. Johns will have winds gusts to 50 mph (80 kph) and heavy rains during the passage of  Chris. […]

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